Splinterlands How Bout These Apples from Rome! $2,140 USD/DEC in Tournament Prizes!



This is the tournament you've been waiting for, a $1,000(DEC) BRONZE Tournament. It will take place on 08-22-2021 3PM Central Sunday!
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$139 USD (DEC) Prize Pool Silver Training Grounds July 25th

Colosseum Coins Collect All 4

Coins are real collectibles on a blockchain.

A player can trade in all 4 coins(a complete set) bronze, silver, gold, and diamond to claim the growing USD prize (currently $1,140 USD and Rising)

Following rounds of trade in after the first claim will start back at 1,000.00 USD

It's easy to try for one! Just sign up for a single elimination cardauctionz training grounds tournament and win that tournament to get the corresponding color of coin by league!


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The Amazing Story of the Colosseum

An old parchment was found outside an abandoned monastery on the outskirts of the city.


It appears to be a map of the surrounding area. The puzzling thing is a mysterious mine located to the north. The locals know that ore is brought into the city, but, they don't know where it comes from. The few that trade for the ore wear the extra cloth of their hoods fastened across their faces. One thing is for sure, they're much too tall to be dwarves.

Curiously, the rumor is that these traders interact with dwarves that bring them the prized metal. Some say they've seen one, but the majority are in disbelief. The ore is used to make very valuable and beautiful colosseum coins. When people look at the tokens they shine unusually, very different from the metals they are used to seeing.

During the games, a shimmering diamond coin sits next to caesar's hand. People know that it was nothing created or found in the city. Instead, they believe that the traders had this beauty delivered to them.

A servant caught a glimpse of caesar with the traders and saw them exchanging colosseum coins for his gold. The citizens often see the local blacksmiths forging the coins, so it's no mystery where they are forged. He overheard the following conversation, "Tell those guys there is more where that came from, I keep our lands to the southeast busy. Big Horn's greed for gold is as large as my thirst for battle!"


Spartacus, the most famous gladiator of all time, not Maximus, started a rebellion of slaves with mere kitchen knives. It is now that he asks for your help in securing all 4 coins to give to Caesar. The Roman leader loves to give gladiators colosseum coins for their amazing performances. However, he accepts them back as payment for the freedom of the enslaved. Help Spartacus free the gladiators!

The History of the Gladiators

Many gladiators were held captive, but, there were those that chose to fight in the games as well. If you show incredible courage and skill at the Colosseum, then you will be inducted into the Secret Order of the Leo. Inside, the biggest mysteries of dark energy crystals are revealed.

Origin of their name: In ancient Egypt cats were held sacred. Some think Egyptians viewed the behavior of cats laying in the sun as connected to the sun god. A goddess named Bastet was originally depicted as a lioness and then later came to take on cat images. The tradition survived and leaked to the Roman empire.

The Roman army held cats with high regard and in fact, cats were the only animals allowed in their temples. It was at this time that the original gladiators formed their secret order naming themself by the code word Leo. The tradition of high respect for cats was maintained. Many think gladiators died with the fall of Rome, but, on the contrary, gladiators just went underground.

Today leo or lion represents majesty, strength, courage, justice, and military might. It's no surprise that lions have made it to the crests of shields and have become known as the king of the jungle.

Gladiators still live today and hold secret meetings of the Order of Leo.

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If you are voted into the Order your name will be engraved on the coveted largest dark energy crystal in human hands.

Heard softly sometimes outside their secret meeting hall is the chanting "e Pluribus Unum" It's believed to be a celebration of unity.

If you watch the place long enough you'll see members @byzantinist @jacek-w and @splinterlands-ru leaving out of a small door(they can't win coins)

The Seal of the Secret Order of Leo


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